Book 54 is A Short Guide to a Happy Life by Anna Quindlen.
I go through self-help book phases during the year and the one problem that brings is that you can read something amazing next to something less amazing and falls short.
So, I must ask: Does it fall short because something else read so recently was better?
Not in this case. A lot of this is fairly obvious stuff that you'd see posted on facebook as an image with a background of the Grand Canyon. I see why it would be good for a speech given to youngens starting out in their lives and careers but all I got was validation.
Maybe validation is enough. You're doing it right. Keep doing that good thing.
For me, I'm not reading self-help books to fix anything but more to constantly improve as a human being. To be a better person to myself and to others. This book did not give me more tools and I am sure that is why I didn't rate it. Others may love it.
2 warm hearted quotes out of 5.
Should I read this? No. I don't think I'd recommend it to anyone at all.
What did I learn? There are too many self-help books sprouting nothing helpful. It's as though validating someone's life is enough. That's not helpful to me